EAST VICTORIA PARK - No.17 (Lot 1) Esperance Street - Additions (Residential)

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The Town has received a development application for Additions (Residential). The application proposes a new carport at the front of the property. The design of the carport is to match the existing character home.

In accordance with Local Planning Policy 37 – “Community Consultation on Planning Proposals”, you are invited to comment on the following matters:

  • Primary Street Setback – Council’s Local Planning Policy – Streetscape requires a minimum street setback of 1.5 metres for posts and 1 metre for eaves of proposed carports. The application proposes a nil setback to Esperance Street. It is noted the proposal meets the required 6.0m setback average.

Where can I view the application?

A copy of the plans and supporting information are available to view in the Plans and Documents section located on the right side of this page.

How can I comment?

Any comments you wish to make on the proposal are to be submitted by close of business 22 April 2019, by one of the following:

  • Online, using the submission form below
  • By email: admin@vicpark.wa.gov.au, quoting reference number 5.2019.100.1
  • By letter: Town of Victoria Park, Locked Bag No. 437, Victoria Park WA 6979, quoting reference number 5.2019.100.1

How can I find out more information?

The assessing officer for the application is Planning Officer, Alexander Thamm. You can contact Alexander on 08 9311 8111 or ask a question via the link below.

For detailed enquiries, we recommend that you contact the assessing officer to arrange a meeting (during business hours) at the Town's administration centre.

Who will decide this application?

The decision-maker for this development application is the Town of Victoria Park

It is noted that the decision-maker will take into account the comments received, however, are not obliged to support these views.

The Town has received a development application for Additions (Residential). The application proposes a new carport at the front of the property. The design of the carport is to match the existing character home.

In accordance with Local Planning Policy 37 – “Community Consultation on Planning Proposals”, you are invited to comment on the following matters:

  • Primary Street Setback – Council’s Local Planning Policy – Streetscape requires a minimum street setback of 1.5 metres for posts and 1 metre for eaves of proposed carports. The application proposes a nil setback to Esperance Street. It is noted the proposal meets the required 6.0m setback average.

Where can I view the application?

A copy of the plans and supporting information are available to view in the Plans and Documents section located on the right side of this page.

How can I comment?

Any comments you wish to make on the proposal are to be submitted by close of business 22 April 2019, by one of the following:

  • Online, using the submission form below
  • By email: admin@vicpark.wa.gov.au, quoting reference number 5.2019.100.1
  • By letter: Town of Victoria Park, Locked Bag No. 437, Victoria Park WA 6979, quoting reference number 5.2019.100.1

How can I find out more information?

The assessing officer for the application is Planning Officer, Alexander Thamm. You can contact Alexander on 08 9311 8111 or ask a question via the link below.

For detailed enquiries, we recommend that you contact the assessing officer to arrange a meeting (during business hours) at the Town's administration centre.

Who will decide this application?

The decision-maker for this development application is the Town of Victoria Park

It is noted that the decision-maker will take into account the comments received, however, are not obliged to support these views.

  • Send us your comments by 5.00pm Monday 22 April 2019

    Please note that only submissions with verifiable names and addresses can be accepted.

    Send us your comments by 5.00pm Monday 22 April 2019

    Please note that only submissions with verifiable names and addresses can be accepted.

    Consultation has concluded